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Leadership means choosing a direction that opens up vast possibilities to bring out the best in others. Our Founding Fathers knew a thing or two about leadership. They knew that the combination of a democratic form of government and a capitalistic economy gave our citizens the opportunity to aim high, chart their own destiny, and realize their version of the American Dream. At a time when our democratic rights and free enterprise system are being chipped away by the proponents of Big Government, Frontiers of Freedom stands tall in our defense of individual liberty and personal responsibility.

George C. Landrith, President

Mr. Landrith is a graduate of the University of Virginia School of Law, where he was Business Editor of the Virginia Journal of Law and Politics. He had a successful law practice in business and litigation. In 1994 and 1996, Mr. Landrith was a candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives from Virginia's Fifth Congressional District. He served on the Albemarle County School Board. Mr. Landrith is an adjunct professor at the George Mason School of Law. He is recognized as an authority on constitutional law and jurisprudence, federalism, global warming, and property rights.

Jason Wright, Vice President

Mr. Wright comes from a small-business background having owned several retail and Internet businesses in the video, wireless, and mail order industries. He joined Frontiers of Freedom in the fall of 2000 after challenging incumbent Rep. Christopher Cannon for the GOP nomination for Congress in Utah's 3rd District. He has served in various leadership roles within the Republican party. Mr. Wright oversees the development of our Internet Web Sites, growth strategies, partnerships and other external affairs. He has appeared on FOXNews and local newscasts around the country. He writes opinion editorials for FOF on topics ranging from Campaign Finance Reform to the Endangered Species Act.

Kerri Houston, Vice President of Policy

Kerri Houston is a public policy analyst and expert in media, marketing and external relations for public policy institutes. Her areas of expertise include tax, social security reform, and healthcare. Prior to joining Frontiers of Freedom, Ms. Houston served as National Field Director for the American Conservative Union. She was also executive director of State Policy Network and director of external affairs for Dallas' Institute for Policy Innovation. A strong proponent of individual and economic liberty, Ms. Houston is a Brain Trust columnist for Investor's Business Daily, and her opeds have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Times, The Dallas Morning News, Forbes magazine, Intellectual Ammunition, and numerous other print, internet and institutional publications. She has appeared on Fox News and MSNBC, and was a frequent guest on Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher. Ms. Houston is a member of the National Paycheck Protection Working Group and an advisor to the Texas Conservative Coalition's Health and Human Services Task Force. She serves on the Board of Directors for and the Board of Advisors for The Project for California's Future. She was also nominated to serve on the President's Commission to Strengthen Social Security. Well known for her dedication to presenting public policy in a way that will "pass the dinner table test," Ms. Houston brings a sharp wit and a practical spin to her areas of expertise.

Kimberly A. Martin, Director of Development

Ms. Martin joined Frontiers of Freedom in November 2002. She earned her J.D. from the George Mason University School of Law in May 2002, and her B.A. from Rutgers University in May 1998. Before joining Frontiers of Freedom, Ms. Martin served as Assistant Director of Legislation and Communications at the American Tort Reform Association, and Marketing and Development Coordinator at the Institute for Justice. She is responsible for all aspects of Frontiers of Freedom's development program.

Amanda E. Telford, Director of Operations

Ms. Telford joined the Frontiers of Freedom Institute in January 2003. She served as Executive and Legislative Assistant, specializing in social, family, and justice issues, for Congressman Ernest Istook of Oklahoma, and Associate Policy Analyst for National Taxpayers Union. She earned her B.A. from Brigham Young University in December 2000, and assisted with coordinating the 1998 KBYU/Utah Colleges Exit Poll. Ms. Telford manages FFIÕs day-to-day operations.

L. Francis Bouchey, Adjunct Fellow

L. Francis Bouchey holds the Ph.D. in world politics from Catholic University of American, where he has been an adjunct professor specializing in international political economy and comparative political development. From 1977 to 1992 he was President of the Council for Inter-American Security. He has served as a consultant to The U.S. Information Agency, the Agency for International Development, and the Department of Defense. His articles have appeared in National Review, The Wall Street Journal, Strategic Review, Global Affairs and numerous other publications. He is recognized as an authority on Latin America, and the geopolitics of energy and the environment.

Dr. S. Fred Singer, Adjunct Fellow

President of The Science & Environmental Policy Project, a non-profit policy research group he founded in 1990, Singer is also Distinguished Research Professor at George Mason University and professor emeritus of environmental science at the University of Virginia. His previous government and academic positions include Chief Scientist, U.S. Department of Transportation (1987- 89); Deputy Assistant Administrator for Policy, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (1970-71); Deputy Assistant Secretary for Water Quality and Research, U.S. Department of the Interior (1967- 70); founding Dean of the School of Environmental and Planetary Sciences, University of Miami (1964-67); first Director of the National Weather Satellite Service (1962-64); and Director of the Center for Atmospheric and Space Physics, University of Maryland (1953-62). Singer is the author or editor of more than a dozen books and monographs, including Is There an Optimum Level of Population? (McGraw-Hill, 1971), Free Market Energy (Universe Books, 1984), Global Climate Change (Paragon House, 1989), and most recently, Hot Talk, Cold Science: Global Warming's Unfinished Debate, (IE, 1997).

Christopher C. Horner, Senior Adjunct Fellow

In addition to a private law practice Christopher C. Horner serves as Counsel to the Cooler Heads Coalition, of which Frontiers of Freedom is an active member, and an adjunct policy analyst at the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI). In the Cooler Heads capacity, he oversees litigation on topics including the unlawfully produced National Assessment on Climate Change and EPA violations of the Freedom of Information Act, plus numerous FOIA projects, agency statutory compliance, and other legal matters involving the Kyoto Protocol climate treaty. Mr. Horner is a frequent public speaker, is regularly cited by press outlets, and has written on environmental and other topics in publications ranging from law reviews to legal and industrial trade journals to newspaper opinion pages. He has provided written testimony upon request to Congressional committees on numerous occasions. He has provided commentary in over 200 television appearances since 1998, including regular appearances on the Fox News Channel, Court TV, and MSNBC, offering opinions on legal and political matters. He has also appeared on CNN, PBS, Reuters Television, Canadian Broadcasting, America's Voice/Renaissance network, and network affiliates, in addition to syndicated and local radio programs. Mr. Horner received his JD from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.

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